Liverpool took control of their Europa League quarter final clash with Manchester United by securing a 2-0 win over the Red Devils on Thursday night.
A first half penalty from Daniel Sturridge was added to by Roberto Firmino, with the Brazilian converting from close range after good work from Adam Lallana.
The German will have been delighted with his side's dominant display at Anfield, but questions will again be asked of United manager Louis van Gaal following another torrid display.
With just one shot on target in 90 minutes on Merseyside, United were turgid in one of the biggest games of the season, and the Dutchman will again come in for stern criticism from disillusioned United fans.
After the game, pundit and Match of the Day host Gary Lineker took to Twitter to give his views on the game, and compared the work of the two managers.
Lineker believes that Klopp is working wonders at Anfield, and building an 'energetic, coherent unit', whilst Van Gaal has completely failed to do just that, despite having more time and much more money to spend so far, given that Klopp only signed Steven Caulker on loan in January.
Klopp is gradually transforming Liverpool into an energetic, coherent unit, in a way that Van Gaal has failed to do with Manchester United.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 10, 2016
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